How To Be A New Yorker

NYCbasicTips&EtiquetteAs a New Yorker (trained in unwritten rules and codes of conduct without even realizing it), I do not need NYC BASIC TIPS AND ETIQUETTE.

But I wonder. Might you?

If you are visiting New York it will come in very handy. And save you from embarrassment. (Indeed, if you master these etiquette tips, you will be indistinguishable from a true New Yorker.)

You’re welcome.

SLJ.

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2 Responses to “How To Be A New Yorker”

  1. Clarence Harvey

    I’m currently reading your books to my young grandaughters. I was interested in your surname. I’s the same as the author of the Bible study material y study group is using Are you in any way related to D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones?
    C.H.

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    • Sally Lloyd-Jones

      Thanks for stopping by Clarence. How wonderful to hear that — grandparents have such an important role! Well I love David Martyn Lloyd-Jones and your question is a great one. In fact, I’m asked it quite a bit. So often in fact that I wrote a blog: The Good Doctor : )

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